Mission<br />Ioxus, Inc. develops, manufactures and commercializes innovative ultracapacitor technologies to serve a wide ...
Ioxus, Inc.<br />Ioxus Electrode at 1000X<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
Heritage<br />1964:  Custom Electronics, Inc. founded<br />1970:  Started producing Teflon film capacitors<br />1980:  Cr...
Management Team<br />15 years of engineering leadership; primarily responsible for dramatic improvements to manufacturing ...
Typical Ultracapacitors vs. Batteries<br /><ul><li>High power density (10 times the power)
Quick charging and discharging (seconds vs. hours)
Stable characteristics in a wide temperature range   (-45°C vs. -20°C)
Long cycle life (500,000’s vs. 10,000’s)</li></ul>© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
Technology Comparison<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
Ultracapacitor Advantage<br />Voltage Sag Support<br />Higher Capacitance; Smaller Form Factor<br />Providing backup power...
Ultracapacitor Advantage<br />Burst Power<br />QuickerDelivery of Greater Power<br />Providing Power to meet peak demands<...
Competitive Differentiators<br />Higher Power Density – twice most competitors<br />No Compromise of Energy Density<br />L...
Target Applications<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
Industrial Power Management<br />Longer Life Cycles<br />The Ultracapacitor Advantage<br />When connected in parallel with...
Transportation<br />More Capacitance; Smaller Form Factor<br />The Ultracapacitor Advantage<br />Ability to deliver burst ...
Ultracaps<br />Ultracaps<br />Ultracaps<br />Engine<br />(Gas or Diesel) <br />Engine<br />(Gas or Diesel) <br />Transmiss...
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  • Ultracapacitors perform mid-way between conventional capacitors and electrochemical cells (batteries).Fast Charge and Fast Discharge CapabilityHighly reversible process, 100,000’s of cyclesLower energy than a battery~10% of battery energyGreater energy than electrolytic capacitorsExcellent low temperature performance
  • As demand suddenly increases (for example, when a large motor is turned on), the ultracapacitor back-fills the line with power to stabilize the originating source.
  • The ultracapacitor fills the gap to provide for bursts of power demands.
  • UC are today discussed by major car manufacturers as viable solution in a variety of applications in hybrid vehicles. Some of the areas being discussed are listed in the table above.
  • Ioxus General Slides 8 6 2009

    1. 1. Mission<br />Ioxus, Inc. develops, manufactures and commercializes innovative ultracapacitor technologies to serve a wide range of energy storage markets<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    2. 2. Ioxus, Inc.<br />Ioxus Electrode at 1000X<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    3. 3. Heritage<br />1964: Custom Electronics, Inc. founded<br />1970: Started producing Teflon film capacitors<br />1980: Created high-voltage modules<br />1990: Developed high-voltage, low inductance caps<br />2003: Began investment in new technologies<br />2004:Ultracapacitor development initiated<br />2006:Ioxus founded - developed EDLC technology<br />2007: Planned EDLC in-house production facility<br />2009: Production began in July (100F-2000F cells)<br />CEI is AS9100 and ISO- 9001 certified<br />Ioxus is following with both certifications<br />Ioxus Electrode at 8000X<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    4. 4. Management Team<br />15 years of engineering leadership; primarily responsible for dramatic improvements to manufacturing operations<br />17 years of Marketing and Business Development of high-tech companies and products; National Lab technology commercialization<br />30 years as Research Engineer; instrumental in pioneering new technologies; developed original concepts that expand electrochemical voltage limits for EDLCs<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    5. 5. Typical Ultracapacitors vs. Batteries<br /><ul><li>High power density (10 times the power)
    6. 6. Quick charging and discharging (seconds vs. hours)
    7. 7. Stable characteristics in a wide temperature range (-45°C vs. -20°C)
    8. 8. Long cycle life (500,000’s vs. 10,000’s)</li></ul>© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    9. 9. Technology Comparison<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    10. 10. Ultracapacitor Advantage<br />Voltage Sag Support<br />Higher Capacitance; Smaller Form Factor<br />Providing backup power in the event of sags or interruptions <br />Power<br />Available power from grid<br />Ultracapacitor discharges to fill the gaps<br />Required power for application<br />Time<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    11. 11. Ultracapacitor Advantage<br />Burst Power<br />QuickerDelivery of Greater Power<br />Providing Power to meet peak demands<br />Required power for application<br />Power<br />Ultracapacitor discharges to add Power<br />Available power from battery, fuel cell, power grid etc.<br />Time<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    12. 12. Competitive Differentiators<br />Higher Power Density – twice most competitors<br />No Compromise of Energy Density<br />Lower ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance)<br />More Capacitance; Smaller Form Factor<br />Lower Tolerances (+/– Capacitance Variations)<br />12 Patent Applications - EDLC improvements<br />Continued Development - higher energy solutions<br />RoHS Compliant<br />Environmentally-Friendly<br />Made Entirely in the U.S.A.<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    13. 13. Target Applications<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    14. 14. Industrial Power Management<br />Longer Life Cycles<br />The Ultracapacitor Advantage<br />When connected in parallel with grid power, the ultracapacitor provides instantaneous power when needed<br />Peak power shaving and highly efficient regenerative capability <br />During power outages, ultracapacitors provide bridge power until a fuel cell, generator or other temporary power source is started<br />Individually powering control circuitry, ultracapacitors insure that critical safety switches are operable during power outages<br />Major Applications<br />Critical continuous manufacturing facilities<br />Material Handling (forklift and scissor lifts)<br />Hospitals and other emergency facilities<br />Replace banks of lead-acid batteries at power grid and telecommunication relay sites<br />Provide startup power for industrial and home fuel cells<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    15. 15. Transportation<br />More Capacitance; Smaller Form Factor<br />The Ultracapacitor Advantage<br />Ability to deliver burst power<br />Accepts fast charging from various sources<br />Power can be located at point of need<br />Major Applications<br /> Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV)<br />Boost acceleration<br /> Capture braking energy<br /> Peripheral electronics support<br /> Standard Automotive<br />42-volt subsystem for radios and electronics<br /> Supplemental 12 volt starting and power management<br /> Safety power for breaks, windows, telephone, locks<br /> Emergency lighting<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    16. 16. Ultracaps<br />Ultracaps<br />Ultracaps<br />Engine<br />(Gas or Diesel) <br />Engine<br />(Gas or Diesel) <br />Transmission<br />Transmission<br />Ultracaps<br />Automotive<br />Full Hybrid<br />Start-Stop<br />Recuperation<br />Torque Assist<br />Electric Drive<br />Instant Heat<br />Micro Hybrid<br />Electric Steering<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    17. 17. Military<br />Parent Company has 45 Years Producing Military-Spec Capacitor Technology <br />The Ultracapacitor Advantage<br />Ability to deliver burst power<br />Low temperature operation<br />Accepts fast charging from various sources<br />Power can be located at point of need<br />Major Applications<br /> Transportation<br />Boost acceleration<br /> Cold starting<br /> Electronic subsystems support<br /> Weapons and Communications<br />42-volt subsystem for radios and electronics<br /> Surveillance buoys<br /> Rail, ray and laser guns<br /> Warhead control<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    18. 18. Industry Drivers<br />The future is in high voltage, cost effective solutions<br />Performance<br />Development Focus<br />Today’s technology is acceptable for low voltage commercial applications<br /> Cost<br />2 Volts 250 Volts 600 Volts 1500 Volts<br />Emerging<br />Advanced<br />Commercialized<br />State of the Technology<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
    19. 19. Grants and R&D<br />Ioxus has received millions of dollars in grant funding from federal, state, and local resources<br />R&D efforts include innovations that increase ultracapacitor energy, electrode enhancements that increase power density, and power modules that solve energy and power density issues<br />12 patents applications have been filed, while numerous others are being prepared<br />© 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />

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